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Worcester City's defeat to Boston United is sixth loss in a row
10:26am Sunday 17th March 2013 in Sport By Steve Carley - Midlands Sports Journalist of the Year 2013, @stevecarleyWN
WORCESTER City suffered a sixth straight defeat as they went down 3-0 to Boston United at St George's Lane.
Ian Ross put the Pilgrims ahead after 16 minutes, driving home from the edge of the box following a corner.
Ben Milnes doubled their advantage nine minutes after the break when he caught Matt Birley in possession before bursting forward and drilling the ball beyond Glyn Thompson.
Boston sealed victory with Marc Newsham's tap-in 16 minutes from time following a surgin run to the by-line by substitute Charley Sanders.
Worcester struggled to create anything of note and two Tom Thorley free-kicks, which provided comfortable saves for Dan Haystead, was the closest they came to scoring.
Mike Symons returned to the team following an ankle injury but rarely troubled Haystead, while there were debuts for on-loan Walsall winger Kieron Morris and striker Ethan Moore, who appeared as a second-half sub following his switch from Cheltenham Saracens.